Hats for Christ:
Construction Workers Christian Fellowship (CWCF)
CWCF was founded by Jim
Hodges in 1968 and was incorporated March 27, 1970 as a Texas non-profit
organization. It was granted tax-exempt status in November of 1971. The
leadership is under a Board of Directors to which the CEO is responsible.
The main office is located in Longview, Washington. CWCF is supported by the
gifts of members and friends and some of the churches who have benefited
from its services. To date CWCF has sent over 400 volunteer work teams to
various parts of the United States and twenty foreign countries. WVCC
specifically supports the missionary efforts of Jim and Jean Hodges, Joe and
In 1958 a group of faithful pastors, concerned that many communities in the
Pacific Northwest did not have independent, bible teaching churches,
determined to work together to plant churches and assist struggling churches
in those communities. The result was the birth of Northwest Independent
Church Extension (NICE).
Wycliffe was founded in 1942 by
William Cameron Townsend. A missionary to the Cakchiquel Indians of
Guatemala, Townsend caught the vision for translation when Cakchiquel-speaking
men expressed their concern that the Bible was not available to them in the
language they understood clearly. As a result, Townsend resolved that every
man, woman and child should be able to read God’s Word in their own
Gospel Mission: Since 1938
the Union Gospel Mission of Grays Harbor has been working with the Grays
Harbor Community to bring real solutions to the Homeless and Hurting. You
will find lots of great information on this site, and ways to be involved in
this important work.
is a non-denominational Christian
Ministry designed to take both the Gospel and teaching of God’s Word to the
people of the world. The target areas are villages and remote cities that
ordinarily would not be exposed to missionary activity or Bible teaching.
WVCC supports the missionary efforts of Charlie and Marilee Stillion.
Through evangelism, Bible translation and
discipleship, missionaries serving with New Tribes Mission are planting
churches among unreached people groups
Child Evangelism Fellowship�
also known as CEF�
is a Bible-centered, worldwide organization that is dedicated to seeing
every child reached with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, discipled and
established in a local church.
The information for each one of these missions has been pulled from their
websites to help in spreading the word. Wishkah Valley Community Church has
chosen to support these ministries through financial support and prayer for
the many people whom dedicate their lives to spreading the word of God! If
you would like to help any of the ministries personally. please visit their
websites through the links provided under each statement about their
WVCC does not maintain the information on each of these sites and takes
no responsibility for the content of each site. WVCC has also requested
permission to use the images and information from each organization.